PyMP3Cut is a Python command line tool designed to cut huge (> 100MB) MP3 files at high speed without requiring the extra disk space and processing time usually needed by visual audio editing tools, which convert the MP3 format to more easily manageable formats like WAV before doing anything. It reads and cuts simultaneously according to the autodetected MP3 frame rate and a timeline passed as a command line argument. It doesn't currently deal with Variable Bit Rate (VBR) MP3 files, though.
ScanErrLog is a Python module that allows you to parse Apache error_log files and present their data in decreasing order of occurences of error messages. This is particularly useful if you want to quickly solve the most annoying problems Web visitors encounter on your site. You can use it directly from the command line, import it into another Python program and use the classes it defines, or use it as a CGI script. You can produce reports in HTML, PDF, XML, or Plain Text formats.
Tea4CUPS is similar in functionality to the *nix command "tee", but in the form of a CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System) backend. Tea4CUPS captures a print job's data in their final form while they are being sent to a printer (more precisely, to a CUPS backend), and at the same time allows you to dispatch these data to any number of commands.
The Zope Weather applet allows people to display weather information for a particular location in Zope, by automatically retrieving datas from the NOAA's Metar servers from time to time. Highly inspired by the GNOME Weather applet and Ximian's Evolution MUA, it also displays a nice icon depending on the current weather conditions.
ZShellScripts extends Zope scripting by allowing developers to interface with other language interpreters. It currently supports Python, Perl, PHP, Ruby, Lisp, and Unix (Bash) scripts which can be executed from within Zope with semi-transparent access to Zope's variables and objects. It is designed to encourage people to invent new ways to deal with Zope and its object database by providing a common base infrastructure.
Re: Confusing name > When I saw ZShellScripts, I thought it > had something to do with the Z Shell, > zsh... I thought that the project's description was sufficiently clear.